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    Default Does CHA affect DVs?

    I don't care too much for turning but would like decent DVs so i was wondering if i still needed a decent CHA.

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    Yes, your CHA affects how many uses of Turn Undead you get, which is the number of DVs you have. But, CHA does not effect DV spell point output.

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    Ok thanks. It was badly worded, i meant the effectiveness of it.

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    but increasing your cha through items or enhancements doesnt affect your number of dvs yet but it will


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    How would that work with CHA damage. In fact, how does that work now? if you have 3 DVs and get 2 CHA damage, does the number of it go down? Or is temporary damage like enhancements where it doesn't count?

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    Currently number of DV/DH/Turns is only affected by your starting charisma plus any tomes you've taken. Cha stat items are not counted.

    This on the list of things being fixed in mod 5 so your cha modifier will be fully applied to DV/DH/Turns. Time to put on cha stat items again!

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